Pros: lots of time off, the actual work isn't that demanding
Cons: pay isn't great, can be fired for absolutely nothing, feet will kill you, so will your legs and back
Workng at the distribution center would be a great place to work were it not for the gestapo-esque policies they enforce. They seem more interested in getting people in trouble for the most minor thngs than they do operating the facility. That mans people who work hard and try to do a good job are constantly being run off over petty things, while people – more... who do nothing all day will retire from there. It also fosters a culture of "cover your a**" where your coaches never have your back, and it pays to snitch on people.
On the positive side, you get either 3 or 4 days off a week, depending on your shift. You'll need them, because standing on the concrete all day for either a 10 or 12 hour shift will have your entire body screaming. – less